Ashim Kapur

Stroz Friedberg is a specialized risk management firm built to help clients solve the complex challenges prevalent in today’s digital, connected, and regulated business world

Ashim Kapur is a Director in Stroz Friedberg’s New York office where he assists with the management of the firm’s technical operations in areas of computer forensics, electronic discovery, and incident handling. In addition to maintaining an active docket of cases and supervising forensic examiners, Mr. Kapur conducts digital forensic acquisitions and analyses of laptops, desktops, servers, phones, and tablets in civil litigations, criminal matters, internal investigations, and incident response efforts. Mr. Kapur assists in conducting and managing matters involving Anti Money Laundering and Compliance Technology Assurance services review.

Mr. Kapur has served as the computer forensic expert for matters involving theft of intellectual property claim against the former creative director of development at a design and visual effects creative studio and a police brutality claim against the city of New York police department. Mr. Kapur’s forensic work and reporting in these matters played a crucial role in very favorable outcomes for his clients. Mr. Kapur has offered testimony in court as well as provided written testimony in the form of expert reports, affidavits and declarations in numerous cases. With over 10 years of experience in digital forensics, incident response and electronic discovery, Mr. Kapur has developed deep subject matter expertise to help attorneys and corporate clients navigate through challenging legal and technology issues.

Prior to joining Stroz Friedberg, Mr. Kapur worked for Ernst & Young in its Fraud Investigative and Dispute Services division. While there, he conducted digital forensic collections and analyzed forensic images to recover deleted documents and emails. He is an EnCase certified examiner (ENCE) and GIAC certified incident handler (GCIH) and received his Master of Science degree in the field of Telecommunication and Networking from the University of Pennsylvania.

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